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Staples Center has been home to the Lakers since the 1999–2000 NBA season.
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Jerry West played in nine of the Lakers' thirty NBA Finals appearances, from 1962 to 1973.

The Los Angeles Lakers are a professional basketball team based in Los Angeles, California that competes in the National Basketball Association (NBA), which was formerly called the Basketball Association of America (BAA). Since 1999, the Lakers have played their home games at Staples Center.[1] The Lakers' franchise was founded in 1946 in Detroit, Michigan before moving to Minneapolis, where the team got its official title from the state's nickname, Land of 10,000 Lakes.[2] The Lakers won five championships before relocating to Los Angeles in the 1960–61 NBA season. The Lakers went on to lose all of their eight appearances in the NBA Finals in the 1960s, despite having help from Elgin Baylor and Jerry West. In 1972, the Lakers compiled a 33-game winning streak, the longest streak in U.S. professional team sports, and won their sixth title under coach Bill Sharman.[3] The Lakers' popularity soared in the 1980s when they won five additional championships during a nine-year span with the help of Hall of Famers Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, James Worthy and coach Pat Riley, the franchise's all-time leader in both regular season and playoff games coached and wins.[4][5] Two of those championships during that span were against their arch-rivals, the Boston Celtics. With the help of Shaquille O'Neal, Kobe Bryant, and Hall of Fame coach Phil Jackson, the Lakers played in six of the ten NBA Finals in the 21st century, winning three of them consecutively from 2000 to 2002, and losing the next two in 2004 and 2008, and winning the 2009 NBA Finals; the last two appearances were without O'Neal.

The Lakers hold records for having (at the end of the 2008–09 NBA season) the most wins (2,970), the highest winning percentage (61.7%), the most NBA Finals appearances (30) of any NBA franchise, second for the least non-playoff seasons with 5 and have the second most NBA championships with 15, behind the Boston Celtics' 17.[6]

Contents

Table key

AMVP
All-Star Game Most Valuable Player
COY
Coach of the Year
DPOY
Defensive Player of the Year
Finish
Final position in league or division standings
GB
Games behind first-place team in division[a]
Italics
Season in progress
Losses
Number of regular season losses
EOY
Executive of the Year
FMVP
Finals Most Valuable Player
JWKC
J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship
MVP
Most Valuable Player
ROY
Rookie of the Year
Wins
Number of regular season wins

Seasons

Note: Statistics are correct as of the 2008–09 NBA season.

NBA champions
(1949–present) †
Division Champions / Conference champions
(1949–1971 / 1971–present) *
Division champions
(1971–present) ^
Playoff Berth
(1949–present) ¤
Season Conference Division Finish Wins Losses Win% GB Playoffs Awards
1948–49 — † Western * 2nd * 44 16 .733 1 Won Western Division Semifinals vs. Chicago Stags, 2–0
Won Western Division Finals vs. Rochester Royals, 2–0
Won BAA Finals vs. Washington Capitols, 4–2[7]
1949–50 — † Central * 1st * 51 17 .750 Won Central Division First Place Tiebreaker vs. Rochester Royals, 1–0
Won Central Division Semifinals vs. Chicago Stags, 2–0
Won Central Division Finals vs. Fort Wayne Pistons, 2–0
Won Semifinals vs. Anderson Packers, 2–0
Won NBA Finals vs. Syracuse Nationals, 4–2[8]
1950–51 Western 1st ¤ 44 24 .647 Won Western Division Semifinals vs. Indianapolis Olympians, 2–1
Lost Western Division Finals to Rochester Royals, 3–1[9]
1951–52 — † Western * 2nd * 40 26 .606 1 Won Western Division Semifinals vs. Indianapolis Olympians, 2–0
Won Western Division Finals vs. Rochester Royals, 3–1
Won NBA Finals vs. New York Knicks, 4–3[10]
1952–53 — † Western * 1st * 48 22 .686 Won Western Division Semifinals vs. Indianapolis Olympians, 2–0
Won Western Division Finals vs. Fort Wayne Pistons, 3–2
Won NBA Finals vs. New York Knicks, 4–1[11]
George Mikan (AMVP)
1953–54 — † Western * 1st * 46 26 .639 Won Western Division Finals vs. Rochester Royals, 2–1
Won NBA Finals vs. Syracuse Nationals, 4–3[12]
1954–55 Western 2nd ¤ 40 32 .556 3 Won Western Division Semifinals vs. Rochester Royals, 2–1
Lost Western Division Finals to Fort Wayne Pistons, 3–1[13]
1955–56 Western 2nd ¤ 33 39 .458 4 Won Western Division Second Place Tie Breaker vs. St. Louis Hawks, 1–0
Lost Western Division Semifinals to St. Louis Hawks, 2–1[14]
1956–57 Western 2nd ¤ 34 38 .472 Lost Western Division First Place Tie Breaker to St. Louis Hawks, 1–0
Won Western Division Semifinals vs. Fort Wayne Pistons, 2–0
Lost Western Division Finals to St. Louis Hawks, 3–0[15]
1957–58 Western 4th 19 53 .264 22 Did not reach the Playoffs
1958–59 Western * 2nd * 33 39 .458 16 Won Western Division Semifinals vs. Fort Wayne Pistons, 2–1
Won Western Division Finals vs. St. Louis Hawks, 4–2
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–0[16]
Elgin Baylor
(AMVP & ROY)
1959–60 Western 3rd ¤ 25 50 .333 21 Won Western Division Semifinals vs. Detroit Pistons, 2–0
Lost Western Division Finals to St. Louis Hawks, 4–3[17]
1960–61 Western 2nd ¤ 36 43 .456 15 Won Western Division Semifinals vs. Detroit Pistons, 3–2
Lost Western Division Finals to St. Louis Hawks, 4–3[18]
1961–62 Western * 1st * 54 26 .675 Won Western Division Finals vs. Detroit Pistons, 4–2
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–3[19]
1962–63 Western * 1st * 53 27 .663 Won Western Division Finals vs. St. Louis Hawks, 4–3
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–2[20]
1963–64 Western 3rd ¤ 42 38 .525 6 Lost Western Division Semifinals to St. Louis Hawks, 3–2[21]
1964–65 Western * 1st * 49 31 .613 Won Western Division Finals vs. Baltimore Bullets, 4–2
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–1[22]
1965–66 Western * 1st * 53 27 .663 Won Western Division Finals vs. St. Louis Hawks, 4–3
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–3[23]
1966–67 Western 3rd ¤ 36 45 .444 8 Lost Western Division Semifinals to San Francisco Warriors, 3–0[24]
1967–68 Western * 2nd * 52 30 .634 4 Won Western Division Semifinals vs. Chicago Bulls, 4–1
Won Western Division Finals vs. San Francisco Warriors, 4–0
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–2[25]
1968–69 Western * 1st * 55 27 .671 Won Western Division Semifinals vs. San Francisco Warriors, 4–2
Won Western Division Finals vs. Atlanta Hawks, 4–1
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–3[26]
Jerry West (FMVP)
1969–70 Western 2nd ¤ 46 36 .561 2 Won Western Division Semifinals vs. Phoenix Suns, 4–3
Won Western Division Finals vs. Atlanta Hawks, 4–0
Lost NBA Finals to New York Knicks, 4–3[27]
1970–71 Western Pacific[b] ^ 1st ^ 48 34 .585 Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Chicago Bulls, 4–3
Lost Western Conference Finals to Milwaukee Bucks, 4–1[28]
1971–72 Western * Pacific ^ 1st ^ 69 13 .841 Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Chicago Bulls, 4–0
Won Western Conference Finals vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 4–2
Won NBA Finals vs. New York Knicks, 4–1[29]
Jerry West (AMVP)
Bill Sharman (COY)
Wilt Chamberlain (FMVP)
1972–73 Western * Pacific ^ 1st ^ 60 22 .732 Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Chicago Bulls, 4–3
Won Western Conference Finals vs. Golden State Warriors, 4–1
Lost NBA Finals to New York Knicks, 4–1[30]
1973–74 Western Pacific ^ 1st ^ 47 35 .573 Lost Western Conference Semifinals to Milwaukee Bucks, 4–1[31]
1974–75 Western Pacific 5th 30 52 .366 18 Did not reach the Playoffs
1975–76 Western Pacific 4th 40 42 .488 19 Did not reach the Playoffs Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (MVP)
1976–77 Western Pacific ^ 1st ^ 53 29 .646 Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Golden State Warriors, 4–3
Lost Western Conference Finals to Portland Trail Blazers, 4–0[32]
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (MVP)
1977–78 Western Pacific 4th ¤ 45 37 .549 13 Lost Western Conference First Round to Seattle SuperSonics, 2–1[33]
1978–79 Western Pacific 3rd ¤ 47 35 .573 5 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Denver Nuggets, 2–1
Lost Western Conference Semifinals to Seattle SuperSonics, 4–1[34]
1979–80 Western * Pacific ^ 1st ^ 60 22 .732 Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Phoenix Suns, 4–1
Won Western Conference Finals vs. Seattle SuperSonics, 4–1
Won NBA Finals vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 4–2[35]
Magic Johnson (FMVP)
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
(MVP)
1980–81 Western Pacific 2nd ¤ 54 28 .659 3 Lost Western Conference First Round to Houston Rockets, 2–1[36]
1981–82 Western * Pacific ^ 1st ^ 57 25 .695 Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Phoenix Suns, 4–0
Won Western Conference Finals vs. San Antonio Spurs, 4–0
Won NBA Finals vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 4–2[37]
Magic Johnson (FMVP)
1982–83 Western * Pacific ^ 1st ^ 58 24 .707 Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 4–1
Won Western Conference Finals vs. San Antonio Spurs, 4–2
Lost NBA Finals vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 4–0[38]
1983–84 Western * Pacific ^ 1st ^ 54 28 .659 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Kansas City Kings, 3–0
Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Dallas Mavericks, 4–1
Won Western Conference Finals vs. Phoenix Suns, 4–2
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–3[39]
1984–85 Western * Pacific ^ 1st ^ 62 20 .756 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Phoenix Suns, 3–0
Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 4–1
Won Western Conference Finals vs. Denver Nuggets, 4–1
Won NBA Finals vs. Boston Celtics, 4–2[40]
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
(FMVP)
1985–86 Western Pacific ^ 1st ^ 62 20 .756 Won Western Conference First Round vs. San Antonio Spurs, 3–0
Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Dallas Mavericks, 4–2
Lost Western Conference Finals to Houston Rockets, 4–1[41]
Michael Cooper (JWKC)
1986–87 Western * Pacific ^ 1st ^ 65 17 .793 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Phoenix Suns, 3–0
Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 4–1
Won Western Conference Finals vs. Denver Nuggets, 4–1
Won NBA Finals vs. Boston Celtics, 4–2[42]
Michael Cooper (DPOY)
Magic Johnson
(FMVP & MVP)
1987–88 Western * Pacific ^ 1st ^ 62 20 .756 Won Western Conference First Round vs. San Antonio Spurs, 3–0
Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Utah Jazz, 4–3
Won Western Conference Finals vs. Dallas Mavericks, 4–3
Won NBA Finals vs. Detroit Pistons, 4–3[43]
James Worthy (FMVP)
1988–89 Western * Pacific ^ 1st ^ 57 25 .695 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 3–0
Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Seattle SuperSonics, 4–0
Won Western Conference Finals vs. Phoenix Suns, 4–0
Lost NBA Finals to Detroit Pistons, 4–0[44]
Magic Johnson (MVP)
1989–90 Western Pacific ^ 1st ^ 63 19 .768 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Houston Rockets, 3–1
Lost Western Conference Semifinals to Phoenix Suns, 4–1[45]
Magic Johnson
(AMVP & MVP)
Pat Riley (COY)
1990–91 Western * Pacific 2nd ¤ 58 24 .707 5 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Houston Rockets, 3–0
Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Golden State Warriors, 4–1
Won Western Conference Finals vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 4–2
Lost NBA Finals to Chicago Bulls, 4–1[46]
1991–92 Western Pacific 6th ¤ 43 39 .524 14 Lost Western Conference First Round to Portland Trail Blazers, 3–1[47] Magic Johnson
(AMVP & JWKC)
1992–93 Western Pacific 5th ¤ 39 43 .476 23 Lost Western Conference First Round to Phoenix Suns, 3–2[48]
1993–94 Western Pacific 5th 33 49 .402 30 Did not reach the Playoffs
1994–95 Western Pacific 3rd ¤ 48 34 .585 11 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Seattle SuperSonics, 3–1
Lost Western Conference Semifinals to San Antonio Spurs, 4–2[49]
Del Harris (COY)
Jerry West (EOY)
1995–96 Western Pacific 2nd ¤ 53 29 .646 11 Lost Western Conference First Round to Houston Rockets, 3–1[50]
1996–97 Western Pacific 2nd ¤ 56 26 .683 1 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 3–1
Lost Western Conference Semifinals to Utah Jazz, 4–1[51]
1997–98 Western Pacific ^ 1st ^ 61 21 .744 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 3–1
Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Seattle SuperSonics, 4–1
Lost Western Conference Finals to Utah Jazz, 4–0[52]
1998–99[c] Western Pacific 2nd ¤ 31 19 .620 4 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Houston Rockets, 3–1
Lost Western Conference Semifinals to San Antonio Spurs, 4–0[53]
1999–00 Western * Pacific ^ 1st ^ 67 15 .817 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Sacramento Kings, 3–2
Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Phoenix Suns, 4–1
Won Western Conference Finals vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 4–3
Won NBA Finals vs. Indiana Pacers, 4–2[54]
Shaquille O'Neal[e]
(AMVP, FMVP, & MVP)
2000–01 Western * Pacific ^ 1st ^ 56 26 .683 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 3–0
Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Sacramento Kings, 4–0
Won Western Conference Finals vs. San Antonio Spurs, 4–0
Won NBA Finals vs. Philadelphia 76ers, 4–1[55]
Shaquille O'Neal (FMVP)
2001–02 Western * Pacific 2nd ¤ 58 24 .707 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 3–0
Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. San Antonio Spurs, 4–1
Won Western Conference Finals vs. Sacramento Kings, 4–3
Won NBA Finals vs. New Jersey Nets, 4–0[56]
Kobe Bryant (AMVP)
Shaquille O'Neal (FMVP)
2002–03 Western Pacific 2nd[d] ¤ 50 32 .610 9 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Minnesota Timberwolves, 4–2
Lost Western Conference Semifinals to San Antonio Spurs, 4–2[57]
2003–04 Western * Pacific ^ 1st ^ 56 26 .683 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Houston Rockets, 4–1
Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. San Antonio Spurs, 4–2
Won Western Conference Finals vs. Minnesota Timberwolves, 4–2
Lost NBA Finals to Detroit Pistons, 4–1[58]
Shaquille O'Neal (AMVP)
2004–05 Western Pacific 4th 34 48 .415 28 Did not reach the Playoffs
2005–06 Western Pacific 3rd ¤ 45 37 .549 9 Lost Western Conference First Round to Phoenix Suns, 4–3[59]
2006–07 Western Pacific 2nd ¤ 42 40 .512 19 Lost Western Conference First Round to Phoenix Suns, 4–1[60] Kobe Bryant (AMVP)
2007–08 Western * Pacific ^ 1st ^ 57 25 .695 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Denver Nuggets, 4–0
Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Utah Jazz, 4–2
Won Western Conference Finals vs. San Antonio Spurs, 4–1
Lost NBA Finals to Boston Celtics, 4–2[61]
Kobe Bryant (MVP)
2008–09 Western * Pacific 1st ^ 65 17 .793 Won Western Conference First Round vs. Utah Jazz, 4–1
Won Western Conference Semifinals vs. Houston Rockets, 4–3
Won Western Conference Finals vs. Denver Nuggets, 4–2
Won NBA Finals vs. Orlando Magic, 4–1 †
Kobe Bryant[f]
(AMVP & FMVP)
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All-time records

Statistic Wins Losses Win%
Minneapolis Lakers regular season record (1948–1960) 457 382 .545
Los Angeles Lakers regular season record (1960–present) 2513 1459 .633
All-time regular season record (1948–present) 2970 1841 .617
Minneapolis Lakers post-season record (1948–1960) 65 39 .600
Los Angeles Lakers post-season record (1960–present) 332 226 .595
All-time post-season record (1948–present) 397 265 .600
All-time regular and post-season record 3367 2106 .615

Notes

  • a  This is determined by adding the absolute difference in wins between the leading team and the team of interest to the absolute difference in losses between the two teams, and dividing by two.
  • b  The Western Division was renamed to Western Conference and split into the Midwest and Pacific divisions.
  • c  Due to a lockout, the season did not start until February 5, 1999 and all 29 teams played a shortened 50 game regular season schedule.[62]
  • d  Though the Lakers had the same record as the Portland Trail Blazers in the Pacific Division, the Lakers won the tiebreaker and finished second.[63]
  • e  O'Neal shared the All-Star Game Most Valuable Player award with Tim Duncan of the San Antonio Spurs.[64]
  • f  Bryant shared the All-Star Game Most Valuable Player award with Shaquille O'Neal of the Phoenix Suns.[64]

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